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So who have you met that’s famous???

Coach Craig met David Wilkie away back in the day!!!!

David Wilkie is a Scottish former competitive swimmer who was Olympic and Commonwealth Games champion in the 1970s.

Competing in the Men's 200 metre breaststroke.

Can you beat coach Craig in the
I met........... game?

Post your photos in comments there’s a prize for the most famous sports person or celebrity!!
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So who have you met that’s famous???  Coach Craig met David Wilkie away back in the day!!!!  David Wilkie is a Scottish former competitive swimmer who was Olympic and Commonwealth Games champion in the 1970s.  Competing in the Mens 200 metre breaststroke.  Can you beat coach Craig in the 
I met........... game?  Post your photos in comments there’s a prize for the most famous sports person or celebrity!!

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Oh go on Lisa Lumby - it’ll inspire the kids 😂

I met the green cross code man! That’s me On the left! 😂 Hannah Lorimer (admin) here btw!

I have one of those photos....no way am I sharing it!

Treen Third here’s next weeks challenge!!!

E! News
Olympic Swimmer Katie Ledecky swam with a glass of milk on her head and it was truly legen-dairy. (📷: Instagram)
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Incredible! Can you imagine if it had fallen off? Pretty messy pool 😝

6 days ago

Dunbar Dolphins News Hub

Another great night down at the lake.
A wee bit of learning about cold water shock and how to survive if you get into difficulty in the water.

Did you know?
That cold water shock happens in waters 15*c and below
That even in the summer, seas and waters around the UK and Ireland average only 12*c
That it only takes 2 minutes in cold water to drown if you panic
That it only takes half a pint of sea water for an adult to start drowning.

How can you minimise the risk?

If you enter the water unexpectedly:

Take a minute. The initial effects of cold water pass in less than a minute so don’t try to swim straight away.

Relax and float on your back to catch your breath. Try to get hold of something that will help you float.

Keep calm then call for help or swim for safety if you’re able.
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We are looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow evening.

Please remember to arrive swim ready and bring your swim cap, goggles, towel and a water bottle.

You will need an adult to sign you in/out and complete paperwork.

If you’re looking to join us please sign up at info@dunbarasc.org
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